OTTAWA, Sept. 7, 2012 /CNW/ - In honour of Canadian Wildlife
Federation's 50th anniversary, Canadian Wildlife magazine has dedicated the September/October 2012 issue to the future of
"As CWF celebrates its golden anniversary and charts its course for the
next 50 years, we wanted to do a special edition that didn't look back
on past accomplishments, but rather looked forward and raised issues
and ideas about the future," says Wade Luzny, CWF CEO and Executive
The special edition includes features interviews with four
world-renowned conservationists—Robert Bateman, Jean Lemire, Alexandra
Cousteau and Wade Davis—on their ideas for making a better world. It
also features an article by award-winning journalist Wayne Grady on
Canada's emerging National Conservation Plan and a story on the new
Rouge National Urban Park by John Lorinc, another award-winning
journalist and the former political columnist for Toronto Life magazine.
Exclusive content and previews from the issue are available at WildlifeMagazine.ca. The site also offers the opportunity to browse the entire issue
through the preview of our new digital edition of Canadian Wildlife.
Note to journalists - Excerpts and quotes from feature interviews with Robert Bateman, Jean
Lemire, Alexandra Cousteau and Wade Davis are available on request.
High resolution photos also available for reprint. Please contact Aaron
Kylie for details.
About Canadian Wildlife Magazine
Stunning photography. In-depth features. And important issues. Canadian Wildlife celebrates the country's unique wildlife and habitats, and explores the
conservation issues affecting our natural world. Published 6 times per
year. (Available in French as Biosphère magazine.) Now available in a new digital format online and on tablets
and smartphones. Subscriptions starting at $24.95. For more
information, visit WildlifeMagazine.ca.
About the Canadian Wildlife Federation:
Celebrating it's 50th Anniversary in 2012, the Canadian Wildlife Federation is a national,
not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to fostering awareness
and appreciation of our natural world. By spreading knowledge of human
impacts on the environment, sponsoring research, developing and
delivering education programs, promoting the sustainable use of natural
resources, recommending changes to policy and co-operating with
like-minded partners, CWF encourages a future in which Canadians can
live in harmony with nature.
SOURCE: CANADIAN WILDLIFE FEDERATION
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